Bill Monroe performing at the 1993 Florida Folk Festival

Date: May 29, 1993

Source: S1577 , Container 15

Type: Still Image

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  • Sixty-six black and white images. the Bill Monroe performing at the Florida Folk Festival. Monroe, a mandolin player, was known as the creator of bluegrass style of music. Performing here with his band, the Bluegrass Boys (from which the musical genre's name is derived) Monroe was often referred to as the Father of Bluegrass. For more images of Monroe at the Festival, see S 1577, Box 37. For audio of Monroe performing, see tapes D93-11 and D93-12 in S 1576.

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